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Topic: negotiations

The agreement, if ratified May 6, ends weeks of bargaining between GLO and the University.

News, University News

GLO reaches tentative agreement with University on pay raise

April 30, 2021 0 comments

The Graduate Labor Organization and the University reached a tentative agreement over a pay raise for graduate student workers on Thursday, GLO and University sources confirmed to The Herald.

Bargaining Committee members unsatisfied with 2.5 percent increase offered by the University.

News, University News

Seeking wage increase, over 80 attend GLO community forum

April 18, 2021 1 comment

“Raises, Rights & Respect,” read many of the Zoom backgrounds of the more than 80 graduate student workers and community members who attended the Graduate Labor Organization’s virtual bargaining room packing during negotiations with the University April 15.

The University rejected GLO’s initial demand for a 10 percent stipend increase, and responded with a counteroffer of the minimum floor of a 2.5 percent increase that faculty and staff are receiving next year.

News, University News

GLO demands higher pay raise in U. negotiations

April 15, 2021 5 comments

The University is currently engaged in negotiations with the Graduate Labor Organization on increased pay raises for graduate workers, which they are demanding in order to offset the costs of their continued work amid the pandemic.

Representatives of Care New England and the United Nurses and Allied Professionals union have criticized the University’s merger proposal.

Metro, News

Lifespan eyes Care New England, Partners HealthCare deal

March 2, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Lifespan will begin formal talks with Care New England and Partners HealthCare about working together to improve health care in Rhode Island, according to a joint statement released by the three parties Tuesday.